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Air

Aerolíneas Argentinas Flies several times daily to Buenos Aires. Also offers direct flights to Córdoba, El Calafate, Mendoza, Puerto Iguazú and Salta.

Avianca (www.avianca.com) Offers flights to Buenos Aires.

Copa (www.copa.com) Has direct service to Panama.

Gol Serves Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.

Latam (www.latam.com) Flies to Lima in Peru, São Paulo in Brazil and Santiago in Chile.

Sky (www.skyairline.com) Flies to Santiago de Chile.

Bus

The modernized long-distance bus terminal is 25 blocks west of downtown. To get there, any bus along Santa Fe will do the trick. To get into town from there, take a bus marked ‘Centro’ or ‘Plaza Sarmiento.’ It’s about AR$80 to AR$110 in a taxi.

There are direct daily services to nearly all major destinations, including international services.

Buses from Rosario

Buenos Aires

Cost (AR$)

440

Duration (hr)

4

Córdoba

Cost (AR$)

550

Duration (hr)

5½-7

Corrientes

Cost (AR$)

1150

Duration (hr)

9-11

Mendoza

Cost (AR$)

760

Duration (hr)

12-15

Paraná

Cost (AR$)

235

Duration (hr)

3-3½

Posadas

Cost (AR$)

1215

Duration (hr)

14-15

Salta

Cost (AR$)

2150

Duration (hr)

14-17

Santa Fe

Cost (AR$)

207

Duration (hr)

2½-3½

Tucumán

Cost (AR$)

1436

Duration (hr)

11-13

Car & Motorcycle

Train

Slow air-conditioned trains leave from Rosario Norte train station for Buenos Aires (2nd class AR$255/210, seven hours) daily at 1:23am passing Rosario Sur train station, 7.5km south of the city center, on the way. From Buenos Aires, trains depart 4:40pm from El Retiro.

Other less frequent services on the route between Buenos Aires and Córdoba, and Buenos Aires and Tucumán, call at Rosario Norte only. They book out well in advance.

Bus 140 runs south down Sarmiento to the Rosario Sur station. Take bus 134 north up Mitre to a block from the Rosario Norte train station.